Mary Ware, introduced to readers in TheLittle Colonel series (all published by Pelican), is seventeen yearsold and ready for adventure. Although she is young, she has already had manytravels and experiences, including a trip to New York City and a wonderfulseason at boarding school. Now she is heading back out West with her family, but not without ...Read MoreMary Ware, introduced to readers in TheLittle Colonel series (all published by Pelican), is seventeen yearsold and ready for adventure. Although she is young, she has already had manytravels and experiences, including a trip to New York City and a wonderfulseason at boarding school. Now she is heading back out West with her family, but not without leaving behind some unfulfilled hopes. She can only correspondthrough letters to one whom she longs more than anything to see. Mary watchesdelightedly as her handsome brother Jack finds romance, but her joy for hishappiness is tempered by her own desires.Follow Mary Ware on her adventure to womanhood. Her honest and easygoingpersonality will win the confidence of all young readers. Her friends andfamily will capture hearts as well. Does Mary's "promised land"really exist, and will she ever reach it? Ms. Johnston answers both of thesequestions and skillfully creates yet another enduring classic.Read Less
Not in good condition. No jacket, as issued. Heavy rubbing, some smudges/stains and wear on pictorial boards. Hinges are badly cracked and binding is loose. All pages are attached, but barely in some cases. People's names written on title page and inside covers. Text itself appears clean but pages are brittle and tanned. Musty odor. Tulsa's best used bookstore. Located on South Mingo Road since 1991. No-hassle return policy if not completely satisfied.
Goss, John (Illustrated by). Fair. No dust jacket. Covers faded, soiled. Frontispiece missing; 7 other plates nice, clean. Front board separated to gauze. Pencil lines, right page block. Tan illustrated cloth over boards. 6 p., 317 p. 20 cm. B&W Illustrations. Audience: Children/juvenile. Youth classics: Popular youth romance series featuring "The Little Colonel". This story opens with the Ware family boarding a Pullman train car in San Antonio for their long journey back to Lone-Rock. Reading copy.
Goss, John. Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 73/4"-93/4" tall Good in illustrated tan cloth; minor fraying to extremities; previous owner's name to inside cover, Shelfwear, light soiling and fading to outer extremities. A good reading copy.
Good. Good hardcover. No DJ. Pages are unmarked. Foxing spots on some pages (does not affect text). Covers show light edge wear with rubbing/soiling. Binding is tight, hinges strong.; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!
Fair. No Jacket. Fair Hardcover with no DJ. Moderate to Heavy shelfwear and soiling to covers, including rubbing and tearing. Spine ends frayed. Textblock soiled. Name on FFEP. Yellowing and mild soiling on inside covers and endpapers. Some pages soiled and/or creased. One page taped in place. Some pages have foxing. Pages tight in binding. Pictures available upon request. A locally owned, independent book shop since 1984.
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